Family Law

Family Law

Experienced Family Law Attorneys Located in Jacksonville, Florida

The attorneys at Arnold Law Firm have the experience and reputation to handle your case effectively and efficiently, including complex, high-asset issues. While most family issues revolve around divorce, the attorneys at the Arnold Law Firm also have experience with a variety of other family law issues, including:

  • Divorce

  • Mediation

  • Child custody and visitation

  • Child support

  • Spousal support (alimony)

  • Division of marital property

  • Paternity actions

  • Pre- or post-nuptial agreements

  • Post divorce modification

  • Domestic violence

An Experienced Family Law Attorney Can Make All the Difference

Our Jacksonville, Florida, family law practice is headed by John Leombruno. We practice before the family law judges of Duval, Clay, Nassau and St. John's counties as well as other counties across the state. Our lawyers are more than willing to answer your questions about Florida law and help you prepare for whatever comes next. With our help, you can protect your children, secure your assets and defend your rights throughout your Florida matrimonial case.

Schedule a Free Consultation

Contact us to schedule an immediate, confidential and free consultation with one of our family law attorneys. 

Family mediation allows parties in a legal dispute to come together in an informal, yet structured, setting to explore solutions to their family law issues. This is done with the help of a neutral third party, or mediator, such as John Leombruno. At The Arnold Law Firm, we believe that no one is more qualified than you when it comes to deciding your future and how your case should end. With mediation, the only one making a decision about your family's future is you. Here is some basic information about the cost of family mediation:

  • $185/hour

  • Two-hour minimum

  • The cost of mediation is typically split between mediation participants.

  • There is a cancelation fee if canceled within three business days of the session.

  • Payment must be made before leaving the session. No exceptions.

  • Forms of payment: cash, certified check and credit card.

Want to Learn More About Family Mediation?

Check out our frequently asked questions page to learn more about family mediation.